This editor appeared as a toolbar over the top of webbrowser. So it looks like a toolbar in your favourite office application like Libreoffice or Openoffice. It can be used for editing multiple textares simultaniously.
Mercury adds support for previewing of the edited content. It support inserting links, images, videos or tables into the page with ease. File uploads can be accomplished with drag ‘n’ drops and uses the HTML 5 drag and drop API.
Code Snippets can be defined and inserted quickly with the help of a sidebar. And, another sidebar for writting notes.
Mercury supports collaborative editing also. Simply edit any page that other people are working on at the same time and see their changes in real time.
Mercury comes with a Rails gem. So it is very easy to include in a rails project. Mercury can be include into a project by adding necessary JS and CSS files into our web pages.
Mercury support all browsers that have implemented the complete W3C contentEditable specification.Firefox 4+, Chrome 10+, Safari 5+ browsers are supported.
You can download Mercury WYSIWYG Editor from GitHub.
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